The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has offered to help the Philippine government rescue civilians who are caught in the middle of hostilities in Marawi City, an MILF official said Wednesday.MILF Vice Chair Ghazali Jaafar said reliable sources told their group that there are civilians who are still in their homes in Marawi City “because they are afraid to come out.” “We offered our help to our beloved president to help facilitate the coming out of civilians from their residences and the good president granted our request,” he said.
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